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Ukraine: NATO puts its forces on alert and sends reinforcements

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NATO will continue to take all necessary measures to protect and defend all Allies, including by strengthening the eastern part of the Alliance. We will always respond to any deterioration in our security environment, including by strengthening our collective defence”,”text”:”NATO will continue to take all necessary measures to protect and defend all Allies, including by strengthening the eastern side of the Alliance. We will always respond to any deterioration in our security environment, including by strengthening our collective defence”}}”>L’North Atlantic Treaty Organization will continue to take all necessary measures to protect and defend all Allies, including by strengthening the eastern part of the Alliance. We will always respond to any deterioration in our security environment, including by strengthening our collective defense, explained Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

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NATO. The Netherlands is sending two F-35 fighter jets to Bulgaria from April to support the air policing activities of theNATO in the area, and put a ship and ground units on standby for the NATO Response Force.NATO“,”text”:”France has declared itself ready to send troops to Romania under NATO command. The Netherlands is sending two F-35 fighter jets to Bulgaria from April to support NATO air policing in the region, and is putting a ship and ground units on standby for the NATO Response Force. NATO”}}”>France has declared its readiness to send troops to Romania under the command of theNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Netherlands is sending two F-35 fighter jets to Bulgaria from April to support the air policing activities of theNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization in the area, and put a ship and ground units on standby for the NATO Response Force.North Atlantic Treaty Organization, details the press release.

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The United States has also made it clear that it plans to increase its military presence in the eastern part of the Alliance., specifies theNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization.

NATO has strengthened its presence in the eastern part of the alliance, notably with four multinational battle groups in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland”,”text”:”Since Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014 , NATO has strengthened its presence in the eastern part of the alliance, notably with four multinational battlegroups in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland”}}”>Since the illegal annexation of Crimea by Russia in 2014, theNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization strengthened its presence in the eastern part of the alliance, notably with four multinational battlegroups in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, recalls theNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization.

These units, led by the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany and the United States respectively, are multinational and combat-ready. Their presence clearly indicates that an attack against an Ally will be considered an attack against the whole Alliance. »

A quote from Excerpt from the NATO press release

There were no forcesNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization in the eastern part of the Alliance before 2014, the statement recalls. The Alliance has a rapid reaction force of 40,000 soldiers currently under French command.

L’North Atlantic Treaty Organization exacerbates tensions, denounces Russia

After the announcement of theNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization, the reaction of Moscow was quick, the Kremlin on Monday accusing the Alliance as well as the United States to exacerbate tensions by deciding to deploy warships and fighter jets to Eastern Europe.

NATO“,”text”:”Tensions are heightened by announcements and concrete actions by the United States and NATO”}}”>Tensions are exacerbated by announcements and concrete actions by the United States and theNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

He also denounced a hysteria in Europe, after reports of a supposed imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine have multiplied in recent weeks.

Mr. Peskov further judged very high the risk of an offensive by Kiev against pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine, where the two sides have faced each other since 2014 in a conflict that has left more than 13,000 dead.

Indeed, the Ukrainian authorities concentrate a considerable level of forces and means on the border with the republics pro-Russian separatists, said Mr. Peskov, believing that this situation suggests the preparation of offensive actions from Kyiv.

All this leads to a situation where tensions increase, he continued, before adding that the aggressive atmosphere current in Europe was a reality.

Russia is accused by the West of having massed tens of thousands of soldiers on the Ukrainian borders in preparation for an attack.

Moscow denies any plan in this direction while demanding guarantees for its security, including the rejection of Ukraine’s accession to theNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization, the end of the Alliance’s enlargement and its military deployments in Eastern Europe. Claims unacceptable to Westerners.

The United States must, after several rounds of talks, provide answers written on this by the end of the week.

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